Constituency

Nizamabad Parliamentary Constituency


Nizamabad Parliamentary Constituency

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Head Quarters:Nizamabad Area:7,956 sq.km
Population (2001):23,42,803 Literacy:34.18%
Mandals: 36 Forest Area:1,83,000 Hectare.
Assembly Constituencies:9
Armoor ,Balkonda , Banswada , Bodhan , Ditchpalli, Jukkal(SC) , Nizamabad , Kamareddy, Yellareddy
Loksabha Constituencies:1
Major Crops: Paddy, Maize, Ground nut, Red and Green grams, Sugarcane, Chilly.
Rivers:Godavari, Manjeera, Phalungi, Yedlakattavagu. Major Places:Nizamabad, Kamareddy, Bodhan, Armur.
Minerals: Iron ore, Manganese, Jambala clay Industries: Bodhan Sugar Factory 
Nizamabad Parliamentary Constituency
Head Quarters : Nizamabad
Population (2001):23,42,803 Literacy:34.18%
Mandals: 26 Forest Area:1,83,000 Hectare.
Parliamentary Constituencies:7
Armoor ,Balkonda , Bodhan , Ditchpalli, Koratla , Nizamabad, Jagtial.
Loksabha Constituencies:1
Major Crops: Paddy, Maize, Ground nut, Red and Green grams, Sugarcane, Chilly.
Rivers:Godavari, Manjeera, Phalungi, Yedlakattavagu. Major Places:Nizamabad,  Bodhan, Armur.
Minerals: Iron ore, Manganese, Jambala clay Industries: Bodhan Sugar Factory 

The Boundaries of Nizamabad district are Karimnagar district, Medak district, Nandhedu district in Maharastra state and Adilabad district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively. This place was earlier called as Indhrapuri or Indhur. This place was under the rule of Chalukya, Thugluk Dynasty, Golkonda and Nizam Kings. this district was formed in the year 1905.

Forest area occupies 21% of the district area. Quality Timber is extracted from these forests, Tamarind and Honey are the other products obtained from these woods. Bodhan Sugar Factory, the biggest sugar factory in Andhra Pradesh is a major industrial establishment of the district. Confectioneries and Alcohol units are also found in some parts of the district. The project built on river Manjeera at Achampeta, Pocharam, and Poochampadu, Ramadugu Projects are the major irrigation sources. All Degree colleges are affiliated to the Osmania University – Hyderabad.


Nizamabad City

Nizamabad, in southern India, in northwestern Andhra Pradesh state. Nizamabad is in an agricultural area that produces sugarcane and rice. A major rail line and a national highway serve the city. The nearest airport is in Hyderabad, about 150 km (about 90 mi) southeast. Points of interest in Nizamabad include a college and the Hindu Saraswati Devi temple. The fort of Indor, constructed by Jains in the 10th century, lies southwest of the city. Population (1991) 241,034

Nizamabad Geographical Profile 

Item 

Unit of Measure 

Figure 

Source 

Area 

Sq.km. 

7956 

Census 2001 

Population 

In Thousands 

2342.80 

” 

Male 

In Thousands 

1161.90 

” 

Female 

In Thousands 

1180.89 

” 

Urban 

In Thousands 

422.53 

” 

Rural 

In Thousands 

1920.27 

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Population Growth (decadal) 

+14.98 

” 

Population Density (Person/Sq.Km) 

Ratio 

294 

” 

Literacy 

53.26 

” 

Male 

66.27 

” 

Female 

40.57 

” 

Urbanization 

20.27 

Census 1991 

Workers as % of total population 

49.65 

” 

Workers % of main Workers 

 

 

 

Agriculture & allied activities 

66.42 

” 

Mining & Quarrying 

0.2 

” 

Mfg.(Non-household) industries 

4.96 

” 

Household industries 

13.61 

” 

Construction 

1.09 

” 

Services 

13.72 

” 

Forest Area as % of reporting area 

20.97 

1997-98 

Gross irrigated area as % of gross cropped area 

63.06 

” 

Value of output of major crops 

 

 

 

Per capita food grain production 

Kg. 

178 

” 

Road Length per 100 sq.km. 

Km. 

57.76 

1996-97 

Post offices per 100,000 persons 

Ratio 

23.45 

” 

Bank branches per 100,000 persons 

Ratio 

7.85 

1994-95 

Per capita bank deposits 

Rs. 

2137.09 

” 

Per capita bank credit 

Rs. 

1084.4 

” 

Per capita bank credit to agriculture 

Rs. 

484.62 

” 

Per ha. bank credit to agriculture 

Rs. 

3144 

” 

Per capita bank credit to SSIs 

Rs. 

83.45 

” 

Per capita bank credit to Industries 

Rs. 

179.95 

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